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Identity Theft affects many Americans very personally, every day. Nationally, the
Federal Trade Commission
(FTC) reported 313,982 complaints of identity theft in 2008. California
has 5 of the Nations’ top 10 metropolitan areas for identity theft complaints, according
to Federal Trade Commission research published in 2009.
Identity thieves fraudulently obtain and use other people’s personal information,
bank account numbers, Social Security Numbers, Driver’s License Numbers and other
personal information to open fraudulent bank accounts, establish unauthorized credit
lines, obtain loans and wrongfully report wages.
While victims are often not held responsible for the fraudulent debts established
in their name, the responsibility for contacting banks, credit issuers and other
agencies to dispute these fraudulent charges does fall on the victims of identity
theft. The hours and effort required to contact these agencies and bureaus are a
major inconvenience, significantly impacting the lives of victims as well as consumer
prices and interest rates for everyone.
Identity Theft Protection Coverage
Identity Theft Protection assists with the costs of restoring and repairing a consumer’s
identity and credit history. Limited reimbursement for the expenses associated from
fraud may include:
In addition to the protection offered through identity theft protection, consumers
can take the following steps to help protect their personal information and prevent
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